Monday, 25 August 2014

Pleasing to behold?

I ran a couple of posts (see here and here) about the build of this kit but completely forgot to photograph the finished model until recently!  Here it is in er, 'flight' over my garden.  That glass which appears to be holding it up is just a trick of the light...

And you can have 50 points if you can reveal the relevance of the post title to the content.  I'll turn on comment moderation until at least Tuesday midday.

13 comments:

Edwin King said...

T.Rex

Just like a car
You're pleasing to behold
I'll call you Jaguar
If I may be so bold

Edwin King said...

And you're not the only one to think of the connection - see the report on the 'installation' at http://www.tribunemagazine.org/2010/09/bold-and-pleasing-to-behold/

Pete. said...

Looks great Tim, wasn't it some sort of advertising slogan?

Cheers,

Pete.

MSFoy said...

T Rex if I may be so bold...

Paul Liddle said...

Just like a Jaguar you're pleasing to behold...Jeepster by Marc Bolan,

Uncle Brian said...

Plane is a Jaguar, title is reference to lyric "Just like a car
You're pleasing to behold
I'll call you Jaguar
If I may be so bold " from T-Rex song "Jeepster"

Amazing what Google can find :)

Paul Foster said...

You're pleasing to behold I'll call you Jaguar If I may be so bold

Jeepster lyrics by T-Rex.

Splendid looking bird Tim.

Michael Peterson said...

Lovely looking kit. Got nothing for the post title, though. :(

Tim Gow said...

Well done all! That was clearly too easy....

Peter Douglas said...

Tim

The plane looks great, but that may just be the optical effect from the beer glass(es) speaking.

Cheers (hic)

PD

Don M said...

Always liked the look of this plane, I have a few in 1/144th scale. Nice paint job, and great
flight stand...)

Tim Gow said...

Peter Douglas
Drink a bit more and even my painting may start to look good!

Tim Gow said...

Don M
At least I emptied the glass before taking the photo!